Wed Oct 5 11:40:09 EDT 2011
While we do not always follow it, there is a general bias toward putting
Notes at the end of a subclause. Particularly a short one like this,
where the gap between the normative text and the related Note is small.
This would require slight rewording of the introductory line of the
Somewhat more problematic (and not related to the Note), the last part
of the paragraph, ", and any further use of them is undefined behavior",
seems both unnecessary and also wrong. If you later call the
function again, and the pointer in question becomes well define again,
it is certainly not the case that the use of that pointer is "undefined
behavior" at that point. Is it not sufficient to just say that the
pointer becomes undefined on return from the call (the previous words in
On 10/5/11 5:54 AM, John Reid wrote:
> Here is a draft paper for comment GB36.
> Comments, please.
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